For Some Good (time) Advice.
WHat I don't know , I'll research.
What I can't find, I'll make up.
Sunday, January 4, 2009
Is Beauty Only Skin Deep?
Don't I just look like the wisest ole' woman you've ever met?
Welcome to Day two of "Dear Gabby,".
I would advise each of my new readers to check out yesterday's post and read the advice/comments closely so you'll know what you are getting yourself into before you pose a question.
Although you may ask any question of me, I will try to give a catagory of the day for your questions to revolve around.
As always, feel free to add to the advice I offer to those who comment/leave a question, but you MUST leave your name if you offer advice.
Anyone seeking my great wisdom, may sign in anonymously if you wish. *Disclaimer: Dear Gabby will not be held responsible for any failed marriages, relationships or any other mishaps due to any advice given on this site!
CATAGORY OF THE DAY:
Having problems with the bad hair day that's hung around for like a decade now? Need a tip on applying your makeup while driving? Need to learn how to walk in stilletos so people will look up to you?
Any beauty questions you may have, I will try to answer them for you.
(Be patient now, it's Monday, I will have to work, so questions will be answered before and after work and on my lunch hour. You will, however, always receive an answer within 24 hours!)
I would love to help you find the answers to any questions or problems that arise, but of course, take it with a grain of salt as you will be receiving advice from a kooky woman who's just "wingin' it" herself!
You will receive an answer within 24 hours, so be sure to check back. (It may not be the correct answer, or the best answer, but you will receive an answer!)
*Please consult your physician, psychiatrist and possibly a pastor before attempting to follow ANY recommendations by Dear Gabby. This blog site or any of its affiliates are not responsible for weight gain, or other related health or mental issues damaged by following the tips by this poster.
Lucy wasn't a "real" therapist either, but many looked to her for wisdom.
I am wife to Alan (35 years), Mom of 3 sons, grandmother to two PRECIOUS granddaughters and one new grandbaby on the way! I LOVE to cook and I'm always up for a new challenge. I have now entered my fifties and am looking forward to this half of my journey (yes, I plan to live to be 100, like my grandma did!)